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PART TWO Recent Changes in the Family
From Economics to Romance
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affected age at marriage Alice Morse Earle American areas artificial insemination average behavior biological family birth control birth rate Bureau Census cent century chapter child cities contraceptives crease culture decades decrease divorce rate divorced persons earlier early marriage economic functions employment of married factors family changes farms females Fertility fewer future girls greater growth Hence household economy husband income increase Industrial Industrial Revolution influence inventions jobs for women knowledge labor force less living lodgers males Margaret Mead marital happiness marriage rate married couples married women mate ment mothers nomic number of children number of divorces parents percentage period probably production psychological recent recreation relatively religious reported result riage role romantic love rural scientific discoveries sexual sexual intercourse social society Statistical status of women steam engine Table technological tion trend United urban W. I. Thomas wife wives woman young